Articles Posted in the " Speed Triple " Category


  • 500,000th Triumph on Bonhams Block

    500,000th Triumph on Bonhams Block

    Bonhams Motorcycle Auction

    Bonhams will sell Triumph Motorcycles’ 500,000th production bike since 1990 after comedian and keen biker, Ross Noble, took it on a tour of Britain.

    The uniquely liveried Speed Triple is estimated to fetch £5,000-7,000 when it is auctioned on Friday, July 1, at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.



  • 2011 Triumph Speed Triple | Wallpaper

    2011 Triumph Speed Triple | Wallpaper

    Triumph Wallpaper

    The new 2011 Triumph Speed Triple motorcycle has an all-new chassis, with a sharper handling and even more aggressive look.

    The sculpted frame retains the traditional Speed Triple styling cues, such as the twin over-engine spars and single-sided swingarm, but the geometry is all-new.


  • 2011 Triumph Speed Triple | Preview

    2011 Triumph Speed Triple | Preview

    2011 Triumph

    New for 2011 is the latest incarnation of Triumph Speed Triple, a truly iconic motorcycle model in the British line-up. With an all-new chassis, the 1050cc 2011 bike is poised to deliver a new level of handling and composure in the naked class.



  • 2010 Ducati Streetfighter | Review

    2010 Ducati Streetfighter | Review

    2010 Streetfighter Review

    ’10 Ducati Streetfighter road notes… Throttle too sensitive at small openings, or low speed! Difficult to modulate brakes in tight twisties. Too much vibration at low rpm. No fun under 50 mph.


  • 2010 Triumph Speed Triple | 15th Anniversary

    2010 Triumph Speed Triple | 15th Anniversary

    2010 Limited Edition Motorcycle

    Triumph is celebrating 15 years of the Speed Triple, the most successful motorcycle of the company’s modern Hinckley era, with a distinctive limited edition model. Triumph pioneered the now-famous "streetfighter" style in the early 1990s by pulling inspiration from a growing group of enthusiasts that were modifying their track-based motorcycles for a more menacing look on the street.


  • European Motorcycles #01 | Questions

    European Motorcycles #01 | Questions

    Welcome to Ultimate MotorCycling, Motorcycle Trivia. We feature amusing and historical motorcycle and motorcycling trivia from around the motorcycle world.

    We feature six (6) motorcycle trivia categories: Racing Legends, Hollywood Fame, Motorcycle Events, American Motorcycles, European Motorcycles and Japanese Motorcycles.

    To play, select "Read Full Story" for one of the trivia quizzes in the motorcycling category of your choice. Try your best to answer all of the questions. When you are finished, click the answer key link.


  • 2008 Trio of Triples | Feature

    2008 Trio of Triples | Feature

    Legendary British Marque Triumph has always marched to the beat of its own drum. The manufacturer—in both pre- and post-resurrection years—has consistently produced impressive, iconic motorcycles imbued with unpretentious souls that deliver as much in performance as they do on character. The company’s eclectic offering for the touring class continues a tradition of stirring the human viscera.


  • 2007 Triumph Speed Triple 1050 | Motorcycle Review

    2007 Triumph Speed Triple 1050 | Motorcycle Review

    Naked SportBike, All Dressed Up

    Does it surprise one for a moment that the champion of streetfighters comes from the country that originated hooliganism? That English heritage dates back to the 19th century, and is both a mark and a badge. While we decidedly pass on the destructive behavior, getting a little rowdy with the throttle inevitably seems to come with the territory when riding this particular high-performance motorcycle.


  • 2006 Triumph Tiger 955i | Motorcycle Test

    2006 Triumph Tiger 955i | Motorcycle Test

    Triumph’s Tiger 955i may present a conundrum for the categorically obsessed. Though tall, narrow and seemingly trail-ready, it is not a dirt bike. The Tiger may be built for comfort, but it is far from a cruiser. And, while minimally terrain flexible, it will never be confused with a dual sport. The Tiger, according to the current zeitgeist of marketing buzzwords, is classified as an adventure touring bike.



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